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Daniel G. Brinton's Success on the Road to Obscurity, 1890–99

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""What is relevant about anthropology?" Fashioned as a bright blue computer graphic, this question was stamped across each issue of the Anthropology Newsletter during academic year 1998-99 and served as the annual theme for this widely circulated organ. Articles and commentaries debated and addressed not only what was relevant about anthropology but also how one makes anthropology relevant. During the previous year, 1997-98, the newsletter's theme asked, "Is it race?" and articles and commentaries over the course of that year debated and addressed this question."

"Daniel G. Brinton's Success on the Road to Obscurity, 1890–99," Lee D. Baker (394).

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